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   Burlington Hawk-Eye (Newspaper) - July 26, 1890, Burlington, Iowa                                V THE BURLINGTON ESTABLISHED ONCE MORE ON THE The McKinley Bill Taken Up in the SATURDAY JULY PRICE Senator Vance Argues at Length Against the Sundry Civil Bill in the House General Washington July there was not a quorum present in the senate at the hour of the sergcantatarms was directed to request the attendance of the absent In about ten mint utes the number of senators in attend ance had reached the quorum point ui business Blair presented a memorial from the headquarters of Grand Army post expressing their abhorrence at the ac tion of congress in allowing pension agents a fee of ten dollars in each case under the recent dependent pension ac and enclosing a circular of a Washington claims agent offering to active men ii their localities onehalf of the fee in al cases sent to Cockrell presented a mcmoria from Louis protesting against thi passage by the senate of the federal elec tion Other memorials against the bill were presented from Michi f The house bill on that subject 01 motion of referred to the com rnittee on privileges and Morrill moved to proceed to the consideration of the tariff and Gray antagonized that motion with one to resume the consideration of the house hill to transfer the revenue marine service to the navy The latter motion was agreed and the rev enue marine bill was taken Amend ments were adopted extending the ap plication of the bill to the life saving ser Cockrell spoke against the He had not concluded his remarks when the hour of one oclock arrived and the tariff bill came up as unfinished busi A formal reading of the bill was dispensed Vance then proceeded to address the lie said the resnlt of the bill might be to reduce the revenue to a certain extent but not to reduce the What the people desired was a common sense reduction of the revenue and corresponding relief from the pay ment of The Mclvinley bill was at outrage on human patience and au insult to the intelligence of It neither re duced the revenue in the sense of reduc nor equalized the duties on the On the it in creased the taxation and made the duties more unequal by imposing heavier burd ens on the poor and on the and by so setting a tax on the neccssrics of life as to shock the moral sense of every just Vance went on to arraign the re publican party for evils which he claimed protection had brought upon tho He quoted from Blaines letter to Fry and said that the unmis takahlc wisdom of what that distingu ished had said illustrated the wis dom of he had left If it were important to extend American trade to Central and South it could u not be unimportant to extend it to the r European which in and was ten times If free trade with the people of the y Latin races was desirable and no reasoning could show that a little free with tin people of Teutonic blood was not alsu desirable and Ilnmb said before proceeding to tho consideration of the bill by para graphs he would like lo know what the finance committee believed would be the effect of the bill on the Mclherson said the almost nnan swerable speeches of the senators from Indiana and Xorth Carolina Voorhees 1 and Vanci seemed to preclude the ne cessity of any further defense of the democratic And now the sena tor from Kansas Plumb in the sim plicity of his inquired from his own coninmie for same information on the Did not the honorable senator know that for the past three or four days the newpapcrs had been full of the re ports that it had been not only I by the finance committee but iiy the re publican caucus not to attempt any defense of the pending bill H the bill could not hi defended it could not be in order to do business would move that the pending bill be recommitted to the committee finance with instructions to report at t earliest practicable moment a hill to reduce the and the J duties on imports un a basis that the avur i age ratiMif duly should not exec J the J average ail vffltireiu wartariflrato of McPhcrsnn then launched out in a rc view of the tariff question in and tin piinlintr bill in He 10 show that neither the farm cr nor consumer would be benefited by He referred to the campaign of 1SSS as one in which an immense sum of money had bcnn corruptly raised and corruptly used in behalf of can Thai money had been he among the beneficiaries of the ponding Chief among them was a pious cituiMi of Pennsylvania who had since been rewarded with a seat in the cabinet as the price of his criticised McPhcrsons remarks as lo reducing the average rate under the pending bill to the average rate existing in and explained that tho of was made upon all goods then dutiable and but that at that time not more that ten or U fifteen per cent of the imported goods were on the1 free Under the pending bill the pur cent on imported goods would bo on the free and if the average rate of duty was ascertained on the goods dutiable and it would be not fiftytwo per or thirtysix per f but only seventeen or eighteen per Plumb complained that no detailed statement had been made as to the effect that would folow the passage of the there should be a deficit within the next eighteen months it would be a pretty serious He thought senate onght not to err on the side of a Going on to enumerate the experditures for the next fiscal ho gave it as his opinion that the pension bill within the next two years would be costing the people fifty million dollars a Plumb went on to speak of the necessary ex penditure of the and re ferred to the possibility of there next n deficit of nearly fifty that would have to be made up by new taxes and asked who was interested in producing that state of He thought in re porting the bill the matter had been It seemed to him as if the report was interested in the rate of duties and had said We do not care what its effect on the revenue may That is rot our Congress has got to mind We want the pound of He gave notice that he would offer an amendment to the bill to in crease the revenue from other He would never vote for a bill that he thought would be a cowardly invasion of jcuty imposed upon the senate to provide means to meet the cx penscs of the He would propose a duty on in comes he would propose an increased tax on alcoholic liquors he would pro pose amendments that would prevent the formation of Allison defended the senate from the charges of extravagance in the matter of appropriation Aldrich expressed the opinion McPhcrson was not serious in his and remarked that if carried out SSr1 tbc cffcct would be to increase revenue by one hundred and ten million dollars over the amount thai would be produced by the pending Gorman asked Aldrich to give the senate a frank and fair statement as U the probable results of the bill if enactec into a Aldrich said if importations for the next fiscal year were the same as lasi the revenue would be reduced abonl twenty He could not give the figures as to the Of course the members of the finance com mittee did not propose by any legislation to reduce the revenues below the ex They did not intend to ere ate a deficit knowingly and aud he did not believe that would be the After some further discussion and without action ou McPhersons mo tion which is pending the senate ad THE Tile Sundry Civil Appropriation Bill Under July of from the committee on appro reported the sundry civil appropriation bill with the senate amendments with certain recommenda tions relative On a point of order raised by Breckin of the bill was sent to the committee of the whole and Cameron moved that the house go into such committee for its After some opposition the motion was carried and the house proceeded to its dis Ou motion of Payson it was agreed that tho general debate on all portions of the bill except the irrigation amend ment bo closed in thirty minutes and on those amendments two and a half hours1 debate will be of New made a brief speech criticising the men who con trolled the business of the house in slighting the measures reported by tho committee on labor aud refusing to fix the time for its of fav ored the senate amendment which pro vides for the repeal of the law for the se lection and location of reservoirs and canals upon public lands and the reserva tion of irrigable of opposed the senate which he asserted would redound to thp interest of the great land of opposed the senate If it opened thirty million acres not only to home stead but to desert tim culture and preemption settlement under which any citizen could take up twelve hundred acres of One acre of this land upon which water could be obtained was equal to at leastthrec acres of land in If it were all reservoir sites would be opened under tho homestead preemption desert land aud timber culture Pending furth r the committee rose and the liouse took a Nothing was done at the evening ses sion of the BLAINE HAKES Farther Correspondence With Senator Frye Concerning July Frye las today received a letter from Secre ry Blaine in reply to his of recent Blaine in part You ask me what assurance I have as to wil ingness to enter into reciprocal arrange ments of trade with the United Your questions surprises for you ant have forgotten that only six years IRO the prime minister of Spain in his anxiety to secure free admission to our markets for the sugar of Cuba and orto Rica agreed to a very extensive reaty of reciprocity with hen our minister at The year very admirable treaty f reciprocity was negotiated by General irant and as United States ommissioners with the Republic of the treaty was considered in 11 its part aud all its re ults I have proved highly dvantagcous to both In lew of the pending it is a omewhat singular circustanccs that loth of these treaties failed to secure the pproval of congress and failed for the xpress reason that both provided for he free admission of Congress vould not then allow a single pound of ugar to come iu free of duty under any ircumstauccs And now the imposition is to open our ports free to vcrybodys sugar and to do it with such apidity that we are not to have a mo time to see if we can not make a ipltir by which we may my for at least a part of the sugar in the piiincts of the American farms and change of opinion certainly vmarkable in so brief a Indeed he only danger of our not secnr ng advantageous treaties of reciprocity now is the possible belief on the part of those countries that we are anxious for free sugar that by patient waiting they can secure all they desire without money and without Fearing that result I sought an interview with eight repub lican members of the committee on ways and means more than four months 1 endeavored to convince them that it would be expedient and wise to leave to the president the opportunity to see what advantageous arrangements of reciprocal trade could bo 1 was unable to per suade the committee to take my It I a very grave mistake to oppose this reciprocal proposition touch ing from the fear that it may con flict iu some way with the policy of pro The danger I wholly in the opposite The value of sugar we annually consume is Shall we pay for it all in cash or shall we seek reciprocal arrangements by which a large part of it may be paid for in pork and beef and in lumber and in salt and in shoes and and thousands of other things I think the later mode is the highest form of protection and the best to promote When shall we enlarge our commercial intercourse with that great South if we dont now make a beginning If we now give away a duty on sugar as we already have given away duties on coffee and hides and rubber aud get nothing in exchange which shall be profitable to the farmer and the fac tory in tho United what shall be our juttificatiou for the policy You have recently received in which I cordially carrying the shipping bill through the Do you not think a line of ships generously aided by the government will have bet ter prospect for profits and permanence if we can give to them outward cargoes from the United and not confine them to inward cargoes from Latin America HEADIHGOFF Senator Call Introduces a Resolution to the Storing of July follow ing resolution has been introduced by Senator he being moved thereto by the reports of in the north The resolution lays on the table for the That the committee on inter state commerce be and they are hereby instructed to inquire an report to the senate whether any arrangements have been made between persons owning elevators and transportation companies in any or the western states which will have the effect or which are intended to have the effect of preventing storage of grain compelling the farmers to sell their grain at such prices as may be offered whether such have been made in the states which produce tobacco and other farm products to re port by a bill such legislation as will re quire elevator companies and all persons engaged in the business of storing grain and other farm products for interstate commerce to store such to the extent of their capacity on reasonable and will prevent and publisl combinations between persons engagei in such business and transportation com or their which have the effect and have been or shall be with the Intent of forcing farmer to sell their products or in any way to affect the market price of farm pro PALMER OH THE He U Pleased With the Settlement of the Location July president of the worlds fair accompanied by Secretary is in the city in the interest of the Palmer expressed great grat ification over the settlement of the loca tion of the fair and said it in his add largely to the general inter est aud attractiveness of the because the Lake Front would be devoted to the features that would naturally draw the crowds at while the bulk of the fair proper would be located at Jackson Being asked as to the truth of the re port that Goskorn had stated he would not accept the position 01 director gen Palmer replied the committee had not the authority to offer the appoint ment to and did not know he would accept it if said he has not yet said he would de cline to GENERAL WA8HIN6TON A ilill to Suppress Lotteries Favorably Reported to the July The house postoffice committee today agreed upon a substitute bill in lieu of a number of pending bills adverse to and ordered it The substitute pro hibits lottery circulars and lists of money or drafts for the pur chase of lottery or newspapers containing lottery advertisement or drawings from being carried in the mails or delivered by and a penalty of a fine not exceeding and imprison ment not exceeding one year is imposed on any person depositing such matter in the The postmaster general is also to bo authorized upon evidence of the existence of a lottery gift enterprise to cause registered letters directed to the company to be stamped and returned to the And lie may also forbid the payment of money orders addressed to lottery or gift enter prise A Pension for July house committee on invalid pensions today ordered a favorable report upon the bill rantinga pension of per annum M the widow of the late General McClel A Report July secretary of state has called upon the United States minister at Guatemala for a report n regard to the alleged detention of the yteamship Colina at Guatemalan ind the seizure of arms and ammunition which formed a part of her Patents Issued to the Union July have been issued to the Union Pacific Railroad under directions of tho secre tary of the amounting to BOBBED OF HER nsanity Strikes Down a Bridegroom at the Marriace COLUMBUS July a Welchman fortyone years of who owns and for several years has ived alone on a farm five miles west of Columbus was engaged to a oung lady who had come all the way rom Wales to wed the man who had won icr affections in the Last Thursday he was down after the license nd on his return they were to be united n marriage at his brothers But icfore tho ceremony was performed he Became suddenly and furiously is usual in all such the one he oved most he now loathes the sight and has tried to take her life when she comes into his A cw days ago he jumped through a wiu breaking the sash and and or a time eluded his When c was taken was with the greatest difficulty that he could be returned to Ms brothers The commissioners f insanity went np and examined him ast Monday and he taken to the lospital for the insane that The physicians think that the lonely life e has led and the unwholesome diet he las had so long has so impaired his icalth that the mind has given way un ler the extra strain and They think that with proper treatment ic will soon It is to be hoped hat their expectations may be t is sad for his but especially so or the lady who is wild withgrief and KANSAS CORN Expected to Average 5O Per Cent Lower Than the One of Last July from all parts of Kansas as to the exact condi of the corn crop arc very unsatisfac On county will report excellent prospects and the next very great dam while one on the other side will in dicate half a The most careful es timates show that the average of the whole state will probably be about 50 per cent of the crop of last how does not mean ruin to the farmer by any for last years crop was THE LABOR New York CloakMakers at Work Once NEW July the cloak makers who have been on a strike since June 1C resumed work this morning in all manufactories and The man ufacturers now say they will be able to meet all The Mills Still July strike of the mill which was sup posed to have been settled last was renewed with increased vigor this morning and the mills are still The Sugar Trust NEW July the sugar trust today issued a circular to certificate holders announcing the ap pointment of a committee to form a new srganization for tho purposeof prqtec No details of the plan are given in the Fatal Gas July explosion of coal gas occurred this morning in a room of the Lincoln Coal aud Mining by which Joseph Schober was fatally burned and several other men had narrow Closed Their Special to Tbe July Wo mans Christian Temperance Union of Hancock closed their session to day with an interesting The attendance was large and much interest A Bank RED July new bank has been organized with a capital of with United States Marshal Judge Marshall and Haysham as Always Cse Flatts Chlorides for household disinfection you will like it A Straare Special to The LA July here abouts are going blind from some un known but it is thought a deadly insect is the Fears Map lithe most pleasant toilet adju SET IN THEIR WAY British Legislators Loth to Over ride The HellfoUBd Losing Grip on London Dock Set tledThe July turn taken by the debate on the HcligolandZanslbar agreement in the house of has produced a genuine sensation in political Gladstone and Sir William llarcourt made it plain that the of the government in seeking to ratify a cession of territory by act of parliament was a pure and a most dangerous luiiov There is absolutely no precedent for In where precedents are created every day and disregarded every the significance of the facts pointed out by Gladstone and Sir William Harcourt can hardly be appreci The Englishman has a high re pect for precedent and it must be on very weighty grounds indeed that he will assent to any overturning of established principles of Hence Lord Salisburys conservative friends have a somewhat disagreeable role to perform in supporting his method of procedure in this The effect of the introduction of the practice of submitting such matters to parliament would be to practically give the house of lords control of the foreign As the house of lords has always an over whelming majority or tories who are obedient followers of the conservative this would amount to giving the tory party perpetual control of foreign It is the general feeling that the present whereby the ap proval or disapproval of the governments foreign policy can be made effective through a vote of want of confidence at auy is a much safer system for the country than the one involved in the pending There is very little authentic news from liulgaria this but the little that comes is of a very disquieting char Numerous desertions have taken place from the garrisons of Wid Silistria and other and bands of armed men are gathering in the fastnesses of the presumably in preparation for an insurrection against Staiubouloff and Prince There is a rigorous censorship of the press in Bulgaria and Stambouloff allows lothing to get out that is not colored in lis The correspondents who send the news arc and they represent the dissatisfied elements as being in all cases paid agents of which is Stamboulotl lias evidently lost his hold on the majority of the Bulgarian who will not forgive him for the execu tion of which they call a mur Their fathers have looked to Russia or and they naturally regard any man who opposes tho Muscavitc jolicy as a bad friend of For Irince who ran away to Vienna on the eve of Panitzas execution and signed the death warrant on board steamer which took him they lave always had a feeling of iilood is sure to flow freely before There is no truth in the statement per sistently cabled to certain American newspapers that dissensions exist among the Parnellite members of parliament and that there is a probability of a re volt against ParueHs The Irish leader was never stronger in confidence of his colleagues and in of the masses of the Irish and his recent in which he gave Balfour some advice as to how he could profitably employ the Irish has heir full The prophecies of evil come in all cases from men who are his secret enemies and who are in alliance vith the dynamite faction in arnell appears to have grown tired of allowing himself to be misrepresented and recently hit back hard at Michael In his evidence before a parlia mentary committee he placed on Davitts lactious opposition the entire responsi ility for the failure of the scheme of migrating the starved inhabitants of the districts of the west to the rich grass lands of the central There s a strong effort being made to persuade Darnell to visit America with a view to remedying the chaotic condition of Irish matters It is hardly likely that ic will DONT LIKE HIS What the London Press Said of Secretary Maines July Telegraph re grets the asperity of tho tone of Secreta Blaine in the Behring Sea the paper is strong enough to be calm and courteous and is fond of to disregard Blaines England has no ini ncdiatc interest in the question beyond air A dispute resting on recorded rights and purchased is a clear case for The paper concludes with tho suggestion that King of or Empe ror William bo asked to arbitrate the The Chronicle says Blaino proves limself an abler man in the controversy than Lord although having a worse case to The rcpresenta of England seem mere babies in the lands of It is obvious that Lord Salisbury at the earliest period of the discussion became sensible of his inferior ity to his lost his temper and deliberately insulted Blaino by declaring hat he conducted negotiations in the in party and not in tho interests of his Clever as Blaines object may it does not alter tho fact that no claim of American or Rus sian no admission of John Quincy Adams can convert the vast open mero The Times says The correspondence leaves the matter worse than sinister influences or party pressure President flarrlsoh and Blaine have be come more exacting and have advanced in irreconcilable claims about which they once expressed a different The question is now at a dead KEEPING BACK THE The Salvador Government Establishes a Bigld Press LA San July present government has estab lished a rigid censorship of No information in regard to the existing crisis or the trouble between this country and Guatemala Is allowed to be published unless it hits previously been examined and approved by tho This censorship is also extended to news dispatches addressed to f The Central and South American com pany cannot accept for transmission to other points any news cot accepted and approved by the government Gantemala Gets the CITY OP July lan dispatches state that the Pacific mail steamers will receive a subsidy from tho Gautemalan government which gives the authorities of that country the right to search for contraband goods among which they count arms for nations at war with 01HIRAL rOBHSH London Dock Troubles July trouble at the London aud Katharine docks has been the directors yielding to the demands of the Afloat Death July crew and cat tlemen from the National line steamer which was abandoned at sen on have arrived The carpenter of the steamer says he believes the cot ton on the Egypt was on firs when she left New He says the boats of the with the exception of were July Kiggi and have been created knights of the Legion of Honor for their services to the French but more especially for work they did In connection with the French exposition of last July throughout the except In the eastern section of the have been destroyed by in cessant The losses are estimated at The price of bread is The Uellfoland Cession July Heligoland cession bill passed the second reading in tho commons tonight by a vote of 20 to Thirty Arabs Killed In July Arabs were killed in the recent fighting at Held July coroners jury in the case of the Maranda five if whom were burned to death last returned a verdict holding iierre DeLamere and his wife and Jean their as responsible for the The prisoners were com mitted tostand trial for wilful HUSSIA8 OIL I Section ol the Country Devoted to NothiOE Tiflis is midway on the railway that cuts the Caucasus in its whole width ind puts the two seas in communica port of Batoum on the Black Eea with that of Bakou on the As we leave the capital in the latter di rection the eye is at first ravished and lien desolated by the changing aspects of the The track follows the which rolls its broad sheet of water ma jestically through wild forests and rich ailed while two chains of snowy ridges stretch away out of Eight in the Caucasus to the tho mountains of Armenia to the Soon we leave the which goes o join the Araxes toward the south the plain gets broader and barer tall cages built of planks perched on four tree ranks rise in the midst of the rice fields ikewatch The inhabitants of the who are all Tartars in this take refuge at night in these lerial nests the marshy land is so un lealthy that it is dangerous to sleep In spite of these precautions the jeasanls whom we see are devoured by fever their emaciated visages remind us of those of the inhabitants of the Roman After leaving he station in Moorish style where a new ine branches Teheran 1 am told by the engineers who are build US and who hope to carry it into the very heart of enter an Afri can sad and KE3IAEKAELE The mountain chains become lower iey are now simply cliffs of gilded sand Stone festooning against a crude blue At their feet the a sandy covered here and there with a rose carpet of flowering Herds of camels browse on these shrubs under he guard of a half naked mo ionless as a bronze The fan astic silhouettes of these animalsaro creased in size and changed in form by ie effect of the which displays jefore our eyes in the ardent haze of the lorizon lakes and From time o time we meet a petroleum com Josed of cistern trucks iu the form of surmounted by a funnel with a thick When you see them approaching from a distance you might mistake them for a procession of vying in shapelessness with tho trains of camels which they The sun burns in Yonder a green band glitters beneath its rays it is the We turn around a hill and behold on this western n this primitive which seems ike a comer of Arabia a mon strous city rises before our Is it ones more the effect this own of diabolical enveloped in a cloud of sniolie traversed by running ongues of as it were Sodom f or ified by the demons in its girdle of cast TOU towers I can find but one word to depict ex actly the first impression that it gives It is a town of Thereare no houses are relegated rurther away on the in the old Persian but iron cylinders and pipes anil scattered in disorder from the hills down to the This is doubtless tho fearful model of what manufacturing towns will all be in the Twentieth for the this one is unique in the world it is town of as tho natives call it the petroleum where everything is de voted and subordinated to tho worship of the local OIL IX KEilOTE The bed of the Caspian sea rests upon a second subterranean which spreads its floods of naphtha under the whole On the eastern shore tho build ing of the Samareaml railway led to the discovery of immense beds of mineral On the western from the most remote the magi used to adoro the fire springing from tho earth at the very spot where its last worshipers pros trate themselves at the present But after having long adored it impious men began to make profit by it Ill Thirteenth century the Marco mentions on taw northern side a greatspring whtoce flows a liquid like It is no good for but is useful for burning and all other purposes and so tho neighboring nations come to get their provision of it and fill many vessels the ever flowing spring appearing to be dimin ished in any The real practical working of these oil springs dates back a dozen At the present day it yields kilogrammes of kerosene per and disputes the markets of Europe against the products of Kentucky and The yield might be in creased for tho existing wells give on an average kilogrammes a and in order to find new ones it suf fices to bore the BO saturated ia the whole soil with Mar The Petroleum Industry in South ern compares the Aspheron pen insula to a sponge pltmged in mineral The soil is continually vomiting forth the liquid lava that torments its either in the form of mod vol canoes or of natural These springs overflow in streams so abundant that it is hopeless to store their contents for want of reservoirs often they catch fire and bom for weeks the impreg nated with naphtha is then aglow all round A Terrlne Thunder CAESOS July ter rific thunder storm is reported from Jackson Bocks were upheaved Bind thrown a hundred feet in the air trees torn up and the ground rent tei feet Bough on At Baacb on Hard ortott CHACTAKJUA Interesting Exercises at Bluff Park The Declaratory Contest Thursday Mf hi Keeocnltlon Day Address by of Correspondence ot The July the little match down here last night Burlington did her level best to bear off the but although our sole repre sentative made a splendid showing and reflected much credit on her native the odds and the fates were against and well have to cqnsole ourselves with the thought that if therehad been one more prize offered wed have got it the judges themselves realizing that fact publicly after the exercises were that there were not more prizes to The contest began iromptly at eight as per pro and Professor Sheetz leading the contestants out into the announced o the vast that owing to the arge number of the greatest ex edition would be and stated hat on that account all musical and other exercises usually sandwiched in etwecn slices in such would be dispensed and giving the irst a bright little girl of perhaps welvc a shove out into the bright glare of the retired and waited She spoke her piece and did it well and retiring amidst the appreciative plaudits of the gave way to the next speaker who in turn yielded her place to her and so in riuick uccession the thirteen young ladies and wo young gentlemen followed each ither until the first thing we knew they were all and the time had not eemed long at Thou turning the audience over to the tender mercies of irothcr Sheetz took he four judges in hand and led them gently into the behind the taber nacle and what transpired out there de jonent sayeth Meanwhile the audience which had behaved itself so magnificently during the now ast off all restraint and indulged itself n some old good time Quite a umber of students were scat ered through tho audience and as a little leaven leaveneth the whole so did these jolly spirits nfuse into the hearts of all that icsire to lift the voice in which is iorn and bred in all college nd which dominates them ever when hey are gathered together and freed rom Some one started up hat old familiar chestnut withotit which no gathering of college boys is a Theres a Hole in the Bottom of the The words of this song were not amiliar to but by the time the third r fourth stanza was ground the mtire audience was ready to join I eel like I feel then came in for rough reatment at their and numerous ther college whose mere sugges ion roused the spirits of the old were handled without Way own Upon the Swauee Eiber had just jeen finished when the judges filed eady to report A solemn stillness eigned as Professor Sheetz announced heir The first Thack Tays complete was awarded to iliss Cora of Newton Handy Volume of to iliss Anna Centerville and the third a copy of Ben Hur to liss Florence Reeves of Vhile no one questioned the decision it was regretted that two or three very xeditahle recitations should be com iclled to go without This morning the young ladies who had been left in the scullle of the night marched into the breakfast room in mili ary step to the rhythmic cadence of eft left and seating themselves in a group at the table they all ordered The contest was a jody did and everybody else was While many of the unsucccss ull ones are deserving of special men still we are not passing as nd can only state facts and not The program announced the twenty fth as Recognition and when the train from the north landed about half the Ladies of West the Burlington folks felt as if here was really something fn Chautauqua Day and before the day was half over all he rest of the people began to realize he of Des de ivered the lecture of the morning on the henie of He held forth he idea that not until the individual de elopes and strengthens his Uod given can society hope for After dinner the Burlington ladies vis ted the Riverside Institute in a body and were delighted with the view of Xauvoo and the The first service of the afternoon was he march of the graduates under the riumphal arches and through the golden Five Chautauqua graduates con stituted the while about pwentyfivc under graduates in the course itanding iu two lines awaited them and march song was sung by a chorus of The recognition address was delivered by of and it would bo im mssiblc to give any idea of the eloquent ecture in less than a column or The burden of his address was the need of mental and He stated that the Bible said mans allotted time was three scores of years and and he hoped that the time would soon come when people should take care of these bodies which altho they bear the marks of sin were created in Gods own That a well cultvated mind in a weak body might be able to do some good in the world but compared with what it might doif physical strength were added would jo little The Chautauquans can well bo proud of their under graduates and their day at the Miss of gives a short elocutionary entertainment at after which the cottages ve to be illu1 minated and the people all adjourn to the bluff for the Chatauqua camp fire afia fire Working and daughter with Miss Nannie arc here for the Thomas and Misses Parsons and of Burling attended Chautauqua recognition day exercises Dana and daughter arc spending a few days enjoying the cool weather and delightful Gilman and of arc among the latest arrivals at the ORIGINAL PACKAGE They Apparently Fill a Lone Felt Want at July original package wagons just put on the road By local agents of the Milwaukee brewery are apparently filling a long felt want in this The wagons were originally designed for country but have also found a good business in the Each wagon carries a complete stock in trade consisting of all qualities of beer in kegs and bottles and also a quantity of pint bottles filled with The pony keg of beer is the most popular It holds four gallons and re tails for The wagons cover regu lar territories and have already worked np a regular trade in some All the empty packages are collected by the In some cases night routes are and many are the rumors circulat ing among the neighbors of some good prohibitionist about sound of wheels being heard around the premises In the dead hoar of The wagons In dif ferent localities meet with widely differ ent In some cases the agent Is received with open arms and Invited in to have while Others are refused admission and warned not to come near the premises In one strongly dry neighborhood a gang of boysTplastered the wagon and the driver with bad eggs and were warmly seconded in the affair by their The local dealers say that the new busi ness does not affect their trade and that the sales from wagons are sales that would not otherwise be However this may the fact remains that the wagons are doing a big business and the originators of the scheme are well satisfied with its BIB MOTHER waifrsa Little Llllle Slauunu Keason for Kan Blac Away from Special to The July Lillie the little girl who ran away from home last Thursday night and who it was feared had been owing to certain threats was found yes terday about eleven oclock at the farm of Henry three miles south of the The little child asserts her mother gave her a severe whipping on and on after slap ping promised still greater punish This was more than she could bear and so she ran in the water closet of the school house all night and the next day left for the country where kind hearts have cared for The little girl is a bright little thing who seems to be willing to do what is right and with fair treament would not leave EFFECTS OF OBIfflNAL Miles attaloon at iSpecial to The July of the effects of the present lawless sale of intoxicating caused by the original package was an attempted Several evenings Miles a saloon came out of Ills place and commenced using abusive language to John who was Connors paid no but Loughlin pressed him pretty and they soon came to Several persons approached for the purpose of separating upon perceiving Loughlin opened One bullet passed through the hat of Iean one of the wouldbe peace and several of the bystanders had very narrow Loughlin is a bad character and has the reputation of once killing his A HIGH FLYERS A Gay Theatrical Manager at Marsiiall town Leaves Town and rSpecial to The July Thomas who came here from Kansas Dity late last spring to take charge of tfie Odeon opera has left the city for an indefinite Thomas flew high fora HI Ming a wide swath in various ccuring the manage ment of Bluoks but failed at length to put up the r Ytircd bond for the rental of the Gueon opera For ieveral months his only employment has been the absorbing of original package beer and running in His wife was compelled to turn over a trunk full of fine wearing apparel for a board bill and both are now presumably in GET GOOD MILK Salutary Effect of the State Dairy Com rauriioners Milk Teats in Dea Special to The DES July the genial clerk of the dairy commis has been comingdown upon the milkmen of Des Motnes and vicinity without and after obtaining a supply going to the labratory and test Ing the Much of the milk at first tested was of poor but after the milkmen found out the tests were made public and those who used the pump han dle too frequently were losing a change was perceptible and the quality of milk sold on the streets of Des Moines today is of a good quality and free from It would pay other cities to get authority to do FELL AMONG of Roughly Handled at Dea DES July mystery connected with the arrest and imprison ment of the supposed insane of has been cleared up by tho arrival of a brother from Knoxville just in time to keep Parsons from being sent to the asylum at Parsons has not been en joying good health for several years and last Friday he went to Colfax for a short He was very ill for a few but by Tuesday had recovered sufficiently to board a train and come to Des On the train he became acquainted with several who got off the train with What occurred after that is only a confused remembrance to He recollects having a desperate struggle in the losing his sachel and finally being Several hundred dollars had been taken from His body is covered with cuts and Bobbed the July entered the postoffice at this place by forcing open one of the back The combina tion lock was taken off the by the was not the boxes and drawers torn out of the and things strewn around on the but nothing was taken except a postal note which was found under a corn crib near the which was torn down this There was about in the money and about S300 worth of but they wero not except to be scattered around the room It is supposed that the parties were alarmed and as a chisel and brace and bit were found where they had used WORLDS FAIE ucisai The Extra at Gets Down to Storm Raised la 1 duellos of a Bawli July ciai order this morning n i illi i iinililna I tion of the resolution of respect to memory of exSenator I After an address by Ogelvee a was adopted by a rising The MI lutiou was introduced by Kankakee as follows That it Is the sense of thb I house that the worlds fair should held upon one I There was at once a storm of oppoaj1 tion to the it being declared I out of I Speaker Cochran held that it was as it referred to the subjects within An ineffectual attempt was made to ta ble the resolution and it was finally or1 dered referred to a joint I A motion was then made to I and after a long debate it was carried I thus bringing the resolution before the I house The resolution was then I made the special order of Tuesday A resolution was reported favorably from the joint committee and unani mously calling upon the worlds fair directory to report to the legislature exactly what portion of the fair will be placed upon the respective parts of the double An appropriation bill for the expenses j of the special session was finally reported and ordered to a third The followinz resolution was then adopted That the committee of the worlds fair to which were referred the j proposed constitutional amendment and the bills relative to the worlds Columbian exposition are hereby instructed to meet tor the purpose of considering said mat Ler at 2 this day and if not sooner disposed of at the same hour of Saturday and Monday and to make a report to this house not later than Tuesday The house then adjourned until five oclock At a meeting of the senate judiciary after a long the resolution for a constitutional amend ment was amended so as to provide that money to be raised shall be paid over to the treasury of the worlds Colum bian It was also provided that an amendment shall not be force unless endorsed at the November election by a majority of the voters of A favorable report was ordered on the joint resolutions as The July the senate a bill providing for the payment of officers and employes of the extra session was reported favorably by the committee on appropriations and passed to the third Without transacting further business a recess taken until three oclock this WILL NOT The Illinois ISoard of Agricnltarai iu Opposition to tkw Lake July state board of agriculture has finally concluded it will not attempt to interfere through the members of the general with tho worlds fair site ques After repeated conferences with representatives of the Chi cago they have concluded that tne Chicago directors are bonnd to accept the Lake Front portion of the site and that any war of the agricultural members against the arrangement serve to seriously embarrass the dictory and endanger the success of the The state board of agriculture is also relying upon the assurances of Vice President Bryan that only a small portion of the fair will be held upon the Lake Front and that in Jackson where the agricultural and live stock exhibits are to be there will also b3 situated many other of the most attractive feature of the worlds So they have decided to limit their action to introducing in the general assembly the resolution which was offered by Paddock declaring their belief that a single site should be but in no wise attempting to dictate in the A Denperate July troops invaded Guatemala and planted their Hag upon Guatemalan Guite mala was insulted and has declared The Guatemalan troops fought with great conrege at Cootepeque and The loss was greaton both Yes terday the troops of Salvador were driven out of Will Meet the Wool Bate July general freight agents of the east bonnd lines today decided to meet the cut in wool rates made from Louis at but to have Chairman Blanchard confer with the Louis lines with a view to having the cut rate The Railroad July employe the Cedar Rapids Northern Joseph was letting a section of a gravel down into the companys gravel near Nora Springs yesterday morningThe grade was very steep aad he of the and when the ours struck the bot tom they piled up and caught him be tween two killing him almost in He leaves a wboias been insane for some and a The verdict of the coroners jury gating the death censures the company for its neglect in not providing suitable cars for the A Worksaans Serious DES July working on the second story of the new school house on tho West a was precipitated to the ground by a scaffold and was seriously He fella distance of twenty eight feet and landed on a brick A Liquor July Gen eral Dollard has rendered an opinion that the maintenance of a place where liquor is drank Is a violation of the law and the seller must prove that he is not violating the Cat Worms at Special to The FORT July have appeared In the south part of Web ster They have cut off the roots of the corn causing it to doing much damage to the enervatingelect of summer A Damaav Special to The July of this have been made defendants in a damage brought by Elisher widow of Toots who was recently drowned while It is claimed that Toots was employed by Schenk to carry liquor across the Counterfeiters at Special to The July number of bogus gold and silver coins have circulated in this vicinity of and It is thought that the McDonongh county counterfeiters have not all been cap People arc now on the lookout for bad Poisoned by Special to The July family and several visi tors poisi icd by eating bread made from floiii contained poisonous sab The faraflj were quite ill for a few hours but aio now out of Syrup Produced from the laxative i tions juice of California CHaMMaH with tho medicinal virtues of known to be the most beneficial human acts on the kU liver and effectually cleansing the dispelling and and curing habitual i Shot a rainaun enervatinir eCec July United States deputy mank and John Coary were fatally shot M Farmers Alliance picnic at The shooting the result of a quarrel over family To OaktlUats4 If you will send In wffl sMst you our illustrated exphdatsjsj about Dyes Celebrated Belt and and taetr laaisHas fectaupon the how they will quickly restore you to 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